The Clear Linux* OS for Intel® Architecture is the first Linux distribution to support autoproxy. The OS can discover a Proxy Auto-Config (PAC) script and use it to automatically resolve the proxy needed for a given connection.
With the Clear Linux* Project for Intel® Architecture you can develop software that works in multiple platforms. At the end of the day, your software could run anywhere: on a server or a home computer.
Debug information is generated when a program is compiled from source code into a binary. Programs like the GDB debugger* use the information to map machine instructions back to the original source code.
Intel® Clear Containers is a collection of tools, configurations,
and techniques anchored on an implementation that leverages Intel®
Architecture to optimize container launching and execution workflow.
These optimizations improve speed
The Intel® Clear Containers enable executing existing Docker applications in
the secure and fast Intel Clear Containers environment under Docker*
v17.05.0-ce and beyond via an Open Container Initiative
The concepts section provides content for a deeper understanding of the
features of Clear Linux* OS for Intel® Architecture. These concepts attempt to provide all the technical
details relevant to the Clear Linux features.